When you think about God, what comes to mind? What’s the first idea, character trait, or personality that you imagine? What’s the first thing that pops into your head? For most, “God” is not really a reality at all, He’s more of an idea. He’s the ethereal character that brings guidance to cloudy situations, the […]
Words from a hymn by Isaac Watts.
Words from a hymn by Martin Luther.
A song by Hillsong Worship.
I can’t believe it’s already Thanksgiving 2016. It seems as though this year has flown by, or time is getting shorter — I don’t really know which is the case. Regardless, despite all that’s happened this year thus far, I can honestly say I’m more aware of what I need to be thankful for than ever.
A selection from the works of John Chrysostom.
Words from a hymn by William B. Collyer.
Words from a hymn by Samuel Gandy.
The concept of worship in the modern church has been greatly diluted and weakened from its original intent. When I say “worship,” you no doubt immediately thought of a “worship band” or “Praise & Worship” music or a “worship leader.” And, certainly, these are vital aspects of the worship service in a church but much of the formulaic ideas behind such offices or genres center around the idea of the worshiper doing the action.
A commentary upon Psalm 119:65-72.